Glades County Portrait Photographer

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As responsible portrait photographers, we understand that family means everything, but unfortunately time doesn’t stand still, so we need to take the time to capture moments in time along the way. When you hire us, we take it personally and it’s important to us that we capture the love that your family feels for each other inside every photograph. We can shoot outside on location, in your home or in a studio – the choice is yours.
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Portrait Photographer in Glades County

portrait photographer near meAs experienced portrait photographers, we have the right blend of experience and equipment to make sure that we capture not just an image, but an image with emotion and feeling. Let us help you capture that special moment in time that will represent a point of history for you or your family. Whether it’s for your newborn child or perhaps a set of senior photographs of your teen, or maybe a complete family portrait – we can take care of all your needs

As experienced portrait photographers, we have the correct skills, and portrait photography experience to make sure you won’t regret selecting us.

As well as portrait photography, we can also offer:

  • Professional Headshots
  • Wedding Photography
  • Family Portraits
  • Baby Photographs
  • Pet Photography
  • Senior Portraits
  • ..and much more!

Our portrait photography portfolio of work is available upon request? Our goal is to capture and convey your own unique (hopefully) once in a lifetime wedding experience. So please get in touch and we’d be happy to provide you with as much information as you need to decide if we’re the portrait photography company that you would like to work with here in Glades County. We look forward to speaking to you soon!

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Factors to Consider When Hiring A Portrait Photographer

A family portrait is more than just a simple photograph, it is a veritable treasure that will be given from generation to generation, a valuable artifact of family custom that will teach your kids and grand-kids of their heritage, and where they originate from. Not any random photographer can fulfill the requirements of a good, quality family portrait. To capture the essence of your family, you need to invest in a professional portrait photographer.

Although you might consider a professional portrait photographer as a frivolous expense, when you think about the fact that your family portrait is more like an investment that will last for generations, the expense appears quite justified. Not only will it give joy and comfort to your kids and grand-kids, when you r children choose to leave your home for college or to start their career, you will have the ability to recall your family portrait and obtain enormous joy from it.

Before you set off on your search for a good portrait photographer, you have to consider 3 things: your maximum budget, the sort of photographs you wish to get captured, and exactly what you plan to do with them upon delivery.

Your planned budget plan will determine your choice of photography studio. The majority of photography studios charge their clients a low fee per session. A busy photographer might have numerous such sessions throughout the day. The photographs are taken in a studio setting, and you can ask for anything from formal pictures to high key photographs on a white background, and even ‘action’ shots. An excellent photographer should be able to work with you to accomplish the specific kind of portrait you prefer. A quality studio will also have the ability to provide you with the entire spectrum of after shoot services such as prints and frames.

Next, you must consult with your family to find out the type of family portrait photographs they wish to get taken. You can pick a high key portrait with a white background, a more demure, sober low-key photograph with moody lighting and dull colors, and even an outdoor photograph that captures your family together in the midst of an activity. A peek at the photographer’s portfolio will offer you an idea of the type of work your photographer capable of.

Finally, you need to decide exactly what you plan to do with the portrait(s) after they have been taken. Do you want a large framed print that you can put on the wall, or a series of photographs that record different timeframes in the family? Would you like a printed canvas, or perhaps you want to go a little more fashionable with a printed coffee table book? The quality and design of the portrait will vary with its intended use. A quality portrait photographer will be able to recognize what you want, and capture photographs appropriately.

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More About Glades County, Florida

Glades County is a county located in the U.S. state of Florida. As of the 2010 census, the population was 12,884,[1] making it the fourth-least populous county in Florida. Its county seat is Moore Haven.[2]

Indigenous people lived in this area for thousands of years. Due to warfare and exposure to infectious diseases after European contact, native tribes became depopulated. In the eighteenth century, when the area was under Spanish rule, Native American peoples of Creek and other tribes migrated into present-day Florida from Georgia. Africans and African Americans who escaped from slavery and shipwrecks also migrated to the area, where they created maroon communities. Some were given freedom by the Spanish in exchange for serving with their militias. Gradually the Seminole nation formed out of these multi-ethnic people. Some African-descended people set up communities near the Seminole and became known as Black Seminole. In the nineteenth century, most of the Seminole and many blacks were removed to Indian Territory after the Seminole Wars, a result of pressure from increasing Anglo-American settlement.

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